Curious George / Jorge el Curioso
H. A. Rey
Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub
Curious George, a favorite of millions of children all over the world, became Jorge el curioso when translated into Spanish more than fifteen years ago. Now, for the first time, this bilingual edition of the much-beloved classic will feature text in both English and Spanish on each page.
Jorge el curioso is the perfect choice for English speaking readers to learn Spanish, and for Spanish speakers to learn to read English.
Curious George Jorge el Curioso H. A. Rey Curious George® Jorge el Curioso by H. A. Rey TRADUCIDO POR JOSÉ MARÍA CATALÁ Y EUGENIA TUSQUETS HOUGHTON MIFFLIN COMPANY, BOSTON Curious George copyright � 1941 and � renewed 1969 by Margret E. Rey Copyright assigned to Houghton Mifflin Company in 1993. Spanish translation copyright � 1990 by Houghton Mifflin Company Curious George � and the Curious George logo are registered trademarks of Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved. For
buen mono, hasta que finalmente el la rgo viaje se terminó. Jorge dijo adiós a los amables marineros, y con el hombre del sombrero amarillo bajó del barco caminando hacia tierra firme y luego hacia la ciudad, a casa del hombre. After a good meal and a good pipe George felt very tired. *** Después de una buena comida y una buena pipa, Jorge se sintió muy cansado. He crawled into bed and fell asleep at once. *** Se arrastró hasta la cama y se quedó profundamente dormido. The next morning the
wind blew in great gusts. Then it quieted. Finally it stopped blowing altogether. George was very tired. Down, down he went—bump, on to the top of a traffic light. Everyone was surprised. The traffic got all mixed up. George didn't know what to do, and then he heard someone call,"GEORGE!" He looked down and saw his friend, the man with the big yellow hat! *** Al principio el viento soplaba muy fuerte. Pero luego se calmó. Y al final paró del todo. Jorge estaba muy cansado. Empezo a ba jar y a
to talk and walk." At a more advanced age, twenty-six to be exact, Mr. Rey occupied his time by selling bathtubs up and down the Amazon River. This continued for twelve years until he married and he and his wife, Margret, embarked on an artistic career that produced, among other things, the character of Curious George. More than thirty-five million copies of books about George are in print and have been translated into more than a dozen languages. Curious George has inspired a full-length
Katy No-Pocket in Spanish Jorge el curioso encuentra trabajo Jorge el curioso monta en bicycleta